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Explanation of the Program. Background. General Description of the Program. Sequence. Classroom Processes: Pre-Writing, Mid-Writing, Post-Writing
Assignments. Group One: Revising Inner Speech. Stream of Consciousness; Spontaneous Sensory Monologue. Composed Observation; Spontaneous Memory Monologue; Composed Memory; Spontaneous Reflection Monologue; Composed Reflection. Group Two: Dialogues and Monologues. Duologue; Exterior Monologue; Interior Monologue; One-Act Play; Dialogue of Ideas; Dialogue Converted to Essay. Group Three: Narrative into Essay. Correspondence; Diary; Diary Summary; Autobiography: Incident; Autobiography: Phase; Memoir: Human Subject; Memoir: Nature; Reporter-At-Large; Learning Other Subjects; Biography: Phase; Chronicle; Parable; Fable; Proverb and Saying; Directions; Narrative Illustrating a Generality; Thematic Collection of Incidents; Generalizations Supported by Instances; Research
Collateral Reading for Students
Collateral Reading for Teachers
Bridges: From Personal Writing to the Formal Essay
I, You and It.